After you format your manuscript in Word, add finishing touches with Kindle Create. Finish your manuscript; Finish formatting in Kindle Create; Preview your eBook; Upload your eBook If you want to add a copyright page, here's a template. Get help publishing on site's Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), a fast, easy and free Paperback Manuscript Templates · Build Your Book - Format a Paperback . To help you format your paperback, we created templates in Microsoft Word. Download our free nonfiction and fiction ebook formatting templates for site Kindle in this blog post. No opt-in required.
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The Kindle Formatting Book Template for Nonfiction Ebooks(Title). Super Easy Formatting Template For Kindle brought to you by Ebook Publishing School Our Microsoft Word Kindle Ebook Template And Videos Will Allow You To Create Perfectly Formatted Kindle Books Quickly And Easily!. Our Kindle Ebook Template, along with Microsoft Word, are the ONLY things that you need to create books that look just as good (or even better) than New York.
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C Caton May 15, at 7: Before I order your program I have several questions… 1.
Thanks Reply. With an ebook it is the pixel size that matters. You will also need to decide if you want text wrapped around it. Make sure you test it with various device sizes ipad, kindle, iphone, etc. I hope this finds you well.
And then on to site Kindle? Is there any advice, updated information you can help me with at the email provided Kay? I would really appreciate it,. I bought a giant self publishing with site book to figure out how to publish on kindle. Thank you so much for this useful template. This is going to be really helpful for a first time Kindle publisher like me.
Kay, I have been searching for a word template that you have posted for a very long time. God bless you for sharing! Kay… I must be honest.
For a kindle book make sure the pixel size of your images are a pixels on the shortest side and pixels on the longest side — this is what site recommends for the cover image and so it works well for all images. Your images will change anyway when converted and depending on the device people use to read it anyway. Make sure you put your cursor in the correct place within your document that you want the image to go before adding it and then it will go straight there.
I suggest you center the image too. Remember that if you are using an open office document then you will need to save your document as an HTML file and then zip that file and upload that to KDP. Thank you so much for your answer Kay, very helpful indeed. Just another question: I am publishing books in Arabic learning Arabic for French speakers.
Will the template work wit Arabic characters? I found this discussion online http: Do you have any suggestions for those of us who might like to change the template font? Preferred fonts, etc.
Here is a good blog post about the best fonts to use for digital books that you might like to read: Hi Kay, I follow your blog by some time, and make you my compliments, especially for your life saving templates on this page! I have one question: In the Table of Contents, all of the Chapters Titles are not working, that is they are not forwarding. Is there a fix or should I pull a new one and just try again?
It sounds like you might have edited the names of the chapter titles within the Table of Contents TOC itself. If you manually edit it, things go wrong. Okay… so cool! You are awesome!
That was my last big hurtle, so I can now complete transferring the remaining chapters. Great work you did! Thanks for letting me know. I shall attempt to use them quickly, as I have a couple of books on site presently but not in the proper up loadable template style. As much as I refer to your fantastic template and wealth of information, all the time, everyday, sometimes every night, and definitely on weekends — I cannot believe that I missed this particular page to applaud you more!
The link for my new book is: I have heard that it can take some time for site to price match change the price to zero. I would like to know if you can add footnotes to this template. If so would you please kindly advise? A little number will appear and you add the text in the place at the bottom of the page where indicated.
Then add the text where indicated at the bottom of the page. Thanks so much Kay! It works! Your help is invaluable!!! Thank you for helping me and so many others. Kind regards. Pretty sweet. So help us celebrate, and get yourself a real deal on a template that will help you create a great-looking, industry standard book with Microsoft Word.
Until now, picture eBooks have generally fallen into two distinct formats: fixed or free-flowing. Most eBooks today are formatted with a free-flowing layout, where text and images run from page to page with only marginal control of how the pictures and text mingle on the page.
This works great for fiction and non-fiction books alike, but it falls short when an author needs precise control of the page layout for a picture book. On the other hand, fixed-layout eBooks are less common, but look great on the screen. Rigid programming requirements and graphical precision deliver a high degree of control over how the page looks on the eReader, but the file is often limited to certain devices or formats. It typically takes a lot of expertise to create a fixed-layout eBook for every platform and a lot of work goes into creating one.
With strict limitations on style and compatibility, most picture book authors resign themselves to hiring professionals to develop several versions of their picture eBook in fixed formats. Other authors simply give up and release free-flowing picture eBooks and hope that readers understand which pictures and text are supposed to go together.